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Bob Familton

EAL-149 Connie in FS2002?

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I installed the EAL-1049 Connie in FS2002. When it loads only two engines are on. After a few seconds they shut down. I have tried all I know to get them all started to no avail. They will start but then shutdown. I know this version was not intended for FS2002 but it sure would be GREAT to get it going, if possible, until a better FS2002 Connie arrives. Thanks for any help, regards, Bob.

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Boy, cant help the problem, but agree a FS2002 constellation, especially a Super Connie, would be just outstanding. I'd love to see one of gurus around here create one, even payware. The other fantasy plane I'd really adore but nobody has tackled, is the North American T-6 Texan (SNJ). Thousands were built, its a beautiful bird, non combatant and many still fly today. Lots can be done with that. especially with a great virtual cockpit.Eric

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Hi,I like to see one also, and in spare time I do some airfile editing for a L1049.PSS doesnt has one on agenda, so my efforts has nothing to do with it.You can mail me if you want to try my thing out.. (just airfile and cfg)Johan[A HREF=http://www.phoenix-simulation.co.uk]Phoenix Simulation Software[/A]-----http://www.people.zeelandnet.nl/johd"Unofficial PSS Website

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I finally got it to work in FS2002. See my three screenshots in the Screenshot Forum showing a poor takeoff at KLAX. I still have some work to do on it. I've added Bill Morad's excellent ATC panel to the cockpit and added the needed info for the ATC communications. My thanks to the original author of the eal-1049.zip file which was for FS2000. I have tried contacting him to no avail. If he agrees I will post my mods or send them to him for his approval. Best regards, Bob.

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